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Small, dark crevices -- such as the slots where you store your knives -- are obvious places for bacteria to thrive. Sure, your knives are clean when you put them back there, but a little bit of moisture and potentially years of neglect can still serve as a welcome mat for mold and other tiny organisms.

Multiple people have claimed Beatles shows were known for their urine. Notably, John B. Lynn, son of the owner of a venue The Beatles played, told The Washington Post that the concert hall smelled like the pee of over-excited girls after the show. Bob Geldof told Q Magazine in 2010 :

5. Some of the musicians on the album knew nothing about the movie.
Zappacosta, who hadn't seen the movie or read a script when he cut "Overload," wasn't the only one in the dark. Johnston, who was still a year away from hooking back up with the reunited Doobie Brothers, was asked by a friend to record a soundtrack song at a remote studio in Louisiana. "It was a paper-mill town that just reeked," he laughs. "But I said, 'Why not?'" Like Medley and others, Johnston was shocked when the soundtrack became a sensation. "I said, 'You've got to be kidding,'" he recalls. "But chicks loved that movie. I got a new BMW out of it. Pretty sweet deal."

Hiking on Table Mountain National Park is suited for both the adventurous and the less intrepid hiker. The Cape floral region offers a kaleidoscope of colours all year around. During winter, hikers are rewarded by the sight of flowering king proteas, South Africa’s spectacular national flower. If you need a new perspective of the mountain, try abseiling, skydiving or a microlight trip.

One element of the film that remained intact over the course of its many script changes is the scene in which some rude saleswomen at a Beverly Hills boutique refuse to sell to Vivian because they don't think she can afford anything. In 3000 , Vivian also goes back to the shop to show off her wares after a more successful shopping excursion, but she doesn’t use that seminal “Big mistake!” line.

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